New economic players (I): Eastern Europe
Have you ever thought about doing business in Central and Eastern European Countries (CEECs)?
In this seminar, delivered by Matysek-Jedrych, Anna, you will discover the opportunities, advantages and disadvantages connected with running a business in CEECs countries such as Poland, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, or Bulgaria, among others. In this practical seminar you will work with databases, cases, examples and hints that may be helpful if you want to either start a new business in a CEEC or to cooperate with one already established there.
The main objectives of the course is to broaden horizon and equip students with an understanding of business opportunities in Central and Eastern European Countries
The second objective is to increase students’ awareness of advantages and disadvantages connected with running a business in CEECs
The third objective is to provide students with cases, examples and hints that may be helpful in deciding about starting business in CEECs or cooperation with firms from CEECs
Summary of contents:
Social and political dimensions of transformation
Economic systems in ceecs after the global crisis – advantage or disadvantage?
The case of ceecs competitiveness – database for foreign investors
Doing business in ceecs – main problematic factors
Doing business in ceecs and with ceecs – what we need to know? Cases, hints, examples
To enter … or not to enter – this is a question (7 dimension tool and scenario methods for business decisions)
- Friday, 28th June, from 4.30 p.m. to 9.45 p.m.
- Saturday, 29th June, from 9.00 a.m. to 2.15 p.m.
The seminar's price is 350 €.
- Alumni member: 40 %
Second enrolment: 15 %